Mills Gallery Past Exhibitions
Southern Exposure: Artadia Awardees 2009 Atlanta PDF Print E-mail

"Hotlanta" comes to the South End with Southern Exposure: Artadia Awardees 2009 Atlanta. The seven artists featured in the exhibit provide a rich and varied snapshot of the thriving arts community in Atlanta - the unofficial capital city of the South. Lovingly nicknamed "Hotlanta" by locals and non-locals alike, the city poses a distinct foil to Boston's cooler New England climate.

Presented in partnership with Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue, "Southern Exposure" teases out a complex understanding of space and place through a range of materials and practices including painting, sculpture, video and photography.

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Contained presents international artists’ reactions to industrially produced objects and environments that enclose or bind. The images and themes in this show range from the life cycle of buildings, the unimaginable size of shipping containers and the vulnerability of nature to the more common trash barrels, plants and decorative gates that we interact with everyday.

22nd Drawing Show | Residue PDF Print E-mail

Curated by Steven Holmes, Adjunct Curator, Bass Museum, Miami & Curator, Cartin Collection

Since 1979, the Drawing Show has been a widely anticipated hallmark of the BCA’s programming. This juried exhibition has allowed the BCA to work with more than 500 artists and over 20 guest curators from across the country.  This year, 16 artists were selected who work with the idea of Residue, traces and suggestions left behind both in their concepts and process.

Social Affects PDF Print E-mail

Curated by José Falconi

Richard Bertman: Three Point Perspective PDF Print E-mail

The Boston Center for the Arts is proud to announce the opening of the Richard Bertman exhibit, Three Point Perspective, showing from July 23–August 29, 2010 at the Mills Gallery.

Richard J. Bertman is a local artist and a founding Principal of CBT Architects whose work graces the skyline and streetscapes of Boston with such landmarks as 111 Huntington Avenue, Trinity Place, and 200 Newbury Street. Three Point Perspective examines Bertman’s lifelong exploration of artistic practice by focusing on three distinct conversations the artist has had in his studio over decades of creativity: meticulous pen and ink renderings of buildings and landscapes; expressive wire sculptures of faces, and humorously complex kinetic sculptures.

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